Motorola MPx200 is latest in the
Orange Signature handset range
· Orange first to launch a Windows Mobile™-based Smartphone from a world leading brand manufacturer in
· Sleek clam-shell design to appeal to high-end consumer and business professional market
· Announcement builds on relationships between
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Orange customers can use the handset to surf the internet in full colour, watch and listen to music and video clips, download games and synchronise their PC with their phone, allowing them to keep up to date with their Microsoft Outlook® contacts, calendar and emails – all in a sleek clamshell design. They can also send photo messages with a small attachable camera (available separately). The Motorola MPx200 delivers all the tools to conduct wirefree™ business and after-work fun.
As an Orange Signature handset, the Motorola MPx200 also features exclusive services for
The Motorola MPx200 is aimed specifically at the professional consumer market – customers who want to stay in touch and synchronised when working or socialising, while benefiting from entertaining features such as Windows Media® Player for video playback and MP3 capabilities as well as 3D games. These applications and more are all available within the sleek, black clamshell design of the Motorola MPx200.
Richard Brennan, Executive Vice-President of Global Brand, Products and Marketing for the Orange Group, said: “At
“The launch of the MPx200 builds on our previous work with Microsoft as well as the alliance with Motorola that we announced in June. Our previous work on products using the Windows Mobile software has given us a head start in the development of future advanced phones of this kind. By forging a mutually beneficial relationship with both Motorola and Microsoft,
He added: “Orange is developing a range of Signature devices, which are easier to use and are packed with applications that demonstrate real customer benefit such as Orange Backup, which saves customers data on the
Tom Lynch, President of Motorola’s Personal Communications Sector, said: “The Motorola MPx200, combined with
Pieter Knook, Corporate Vice President of Mobile and Embedded Devices at Microsoft, said: “This announcement will deliver truly smart mobile devices with great applications and services on great handsets that will be attractive and appealing to our customers. I am confident that Microsoft’s relationship with
The MPx200 will initially be available to